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Associated Press

Monkeypox cases dropping, but racial disparities growing

The U.S. leads the world with infections — as of Wednesday, 21,274 cases had been reported — with men accounting for about 98% of cases and men who said they had recent sexual contact with other men about 93% of cases.

The New York Times

The Quiet Cost of Family Caregiving

Many employees reduce their hours or stop working to help ailing family members. But it may be years before they fully return to the work force, studies indicate.

C-SPAN's Washington Journal

New COVID-19 Booster Shots and Fall Outlook

Andy Pekosz discussed the latest on the new round of COVID-19 booster shots authorized by the Food and Drug Administration earlier that week and the fall COVID-19 outlook.